Prayer for grieving parents

Many of you have asked specifically how you can pray for us…so I put a list together.  I hope this gives you some ideas.  We are so THANKFUL for your prayers!!  We know that God is pouring out His grace on our family.  He is kind and generous to meet our every need – and then some!  Thank you for helping to carry our burdens, and sit and get dirty with us in these ashes!

prayer for grieving parents

A friend shared a list of what she is praying for us…


  • That God would be our refuge. (unshakable trust) Ps 11:1
  • That God’s love and presence surround us day and night. Rom 8:38-39
  • That God’s strength would help us through the grieving process. Ps 27:13-14, 29:11
  • That we will accept God’s wisdom, knowledge, judgments (decisions), and ways rather than ask “why.” Rom 11:33, Prov. 3:5-6, Is. 55:8-9 (That I wouldn’t obsess with the “what if’s.” The doctors could find NO medical reason as to why Emilie died; she was perfect in every way. This is hard to understand, but I must accept the mystery and trust that God knew the exact number of her days, that He is still on “plan A”, and no matter what I think I could have done to change the outcome – this was no mistake.)
  • That we will not doubt God’s goodness or faithfulness. Rom. 8:28-29
  • That guilt and depression will not overtake us. Phil 4:8
  • That our marriage will be strengthened as we grieve uniquely. That we’d give each other the freedom to grieve differently. That communication will remain open and honest.
  • That they will balance grief with their responsibilities as parents. (purposeful and consistent in love and discipline)
  • For mom’s physical health – recovery from giving birth and restful sleep.
  • That our boys would be protected during this confusing time as mom and dad grieve, and that they might have a sense of normalcy and security.
  • That, in time, relationships with other moms (especially those who have daughters) be restored.

Some other things I thought of to pray for…

• That we would not feel alone, but sense God’s presence, and lean on the Holy Spirit as our Helper and Comforter and Truth.

• That we would experience His peace like never before, and grace sufficient for each day/minute.

• That the Lord would guard our hearts from words that hurt instead of comfort.

• For wisdom to discern “what to do next” and know “where to go from here.”

• That we could begin to see His plan…a mere glimpse of the purpose of our pain…for the third time.

• That we choose to be gracious and kind to each other instead of justifying criticism and frustration when we are hurting and sad.

• That we’ll be honest with our emotions and won’t be afraid to cry. (I wish I could just jump to the other side of the grief – been there done that, after all – but we must go THROUGH it. The process can be daunting.)

• That we would not waiver in our trust, hope, or joy in our sovereign Heavenly Father, nor would we lose our praise even through the tears.

• Even though life goes on (much more quickly for everyone else) that we know/trust God is with us right where we are. Remembering that He hears our cry and sees our tears.

• That we’d always be mindful of the hope of heaven. That we’d be eternally focused and not be comfortable to get caught up in the “stuff” of this world.

• That our family will overcome the spiritual battles; that Satan would fail in his plans to harm us because we continue (through His strength) to cling to Christ.

• That through our loss, because of our children Noah, Joanna, and Emilie, people will see the need for a personal relationship with God.

• That in time we can comfort others with the comfort that we received.

• That we would not hold tight fisted “our” children or “our” things. That we see them as gifts entrusted to our care for the time being.

Most Powerful wazifa for love marriage with parents consent | prayer for grieving parents to agree for love marriage | Dua to make parents agree for love marriage. Yeh waldain ko shadi ke liye razi karne ki dua hai.


If two persons love each other and in the love of both the persons the Islamic limits are not broken and the lovers did not commit sins then it can be hoped that the marriage that would result from such love will be more successful because this would be the result of true affection between them.

When some boy likes a girl or some girl likes a boy then the only solution to it is to get married. Without marrying there cannot be any relation between them.

If along with love, they even get married, then the love gets increased day by day between them.

The Prophet peace be upon him has given permission to the boy to look at the girl once before marrying as this will be the source of love between them after marriage. 

This is the highly effective and result oriented wazifa for love marriage with parents consent | prayer for grieving parents to agree for love marriage | Dua to make parents agree for love marriage.

If you like someone and want to marry him/her and if parents are not agreeing then do this wazifa for love marriage with parents consent | prayer for grieving parents to agree for love marriage | dua to make parents agree for love marriage. The method is as follows :

إِنَّ الَّذِینَ آمَنُوا وَعَمِلُوا الصَّالِحَاتِ أُولَٰئکھُِمْ خَیرُ الْبَرِیَّۃَِ

  • Read Durood-e-Shareef 11 times.
  • Read this verse 700 times.
  • Again read Durood-e-Shareef 11 times.
  • Blow it on some food item and give it to parents to eat.
  • Also make supplication.
  • In sha ALLAH you will get success in love marriage.


Females should not do this wazifa during their mensus/periods. Do this wazifa in the state of ablution at a clean place & do not make fun of wazeefa/dua else you will suffer.


Mohabbat agar toh tarfain ki mohabbat mein ALLAH tala ki sharayi hadood nahi todi gayin aur mohabbat karne walon ne kisi gunah ka irtikaab nahi kiya toh ummeed ki jasakti hai keh aisi mohabbat se anjaam paane wali shadi zyada kamyaab hogi kyunkeh yeh donon ki ek dosre mein raghbat ki wajeh se anjaam paayi hai.

Jab kisi mard ka dil kisi ladki se mualluq ho jisse uska nikah karna jaiz hai ya kisi ladki ne kisi ladke ko pasand karliya ho toh iska hal shadi ke alawa kuch nahi kyunke Nabi (sallallahu a’laihi wa sallam) ka farmaan hai:

“Do mohabbat karne walon ke liye hum nikah ki misl kuch nahi daikhte. ” (Sunan Ibn e Maaja Hadith 1847 ).

Agar mohabbat do ke darmiyan ho toh nikah jaise talluq ke alawa inke maa bain koi aur talluq aur daayimi qurb nahi hosakta, is liye agar is mohabbat ke saath inke maa bain nikah ho toh yeh mohabbat har din qawi aur zyada hogi.

Aur isi liye Nabi (Sallallahu a’laihi wa sallam) ne ladke ko yeh wasiyyat ki hai keh apni hone wali mangetar ko daikhe.

Mughaira bin shibah radiallahu taala a’nhu bayan karte hain keh maine ek aurat se mangni ki toh Rasool e Akram sallallahu a’laihi wa sallam farmane lage: “Ise daikh lo kyunkeh aisa karna tum dono ke darmiyan zyada thaherne ka baa-is banega”. (Timizi Shareef 1087).

Agar ap kisi ko pasand karte hain aur usse shadi karna chahte hain aur walidain  raazi nahi hain toh waldain ko shadi ke liye razi karne ki dua  ka amal karein:

  • Awwal wa aakhir 11,11 martaba Durood-e-Shareef ke saath is aayat ko 21 dinon tak 700 baar padhein. Wo aayat mubaraka yeh hain:

إِنَّ الَّذِینَ آمَنُوا وَعَمِلُوا الصَّالِحَاتِ أُولَٰئکھُِمْ خَیرُ الْبَرِیَّۃَِ

  • Phir kisi khane ki cheez par dum karke maa baap ko khilayein.
  • Aur dua bhi karein.
  • In sha ALLAH waldain razi hojayenge.


Khwateen makhsoos ayyam mein is wazife ko na karein. Wazife ko wuzu ki halat mein paak saaf jagah par baithkar padhein. Aur wazife/dua ka mazaq na udhayein warna nuqsan hoga.


1) This wazifa will be effective only when:

The Quranic verses, duas and wazaif are read with correct pronounciation in accordance with arabic rules of reciting Quran.

Performed with complete faith on Almighty ALLAH.Those who do not know to read Quran/Duas with correct pronounciation kindly learn it from a muallim/muallima. For Quran learning Contact   Those who want to become an amil of this wazifa contact us

3) Even after performing this amal if someone is not getting success then contact us.You can also collect Amulet/Islamic seals for the solution of your problem.

In sha ALLAH A’zzawajal with the help of Amulet/Islamic seals results will be faster. All these amulets/seals will be in accordance with Quran and Hadith.

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NOTE:- 1) Yeh amal tab hi asar dikhayega jab keh:

Qurani ayaat/ duayein aur wazaif ko durust makharij ke saath arabi qawaneen ke mutabik padha jaye.

ALLAH tala par mukammal yaqeen aur bharose ke saath kiya jaye.Jinhe Quran/duayein sahi makharij se padhni nahi aati wo kisi muallim/muallima se hidayat lein. Online Quran Nazara Tarjuma ke liye is number par rabta karein. Is wazife ke mahir banna chahte hain wo humse rabta karein.

3) Is amal ko karne ke bawajud bhi kamyabi hasil nahi horahi ho toh humse rabita karein. Agar masle ka hal ke liye Taweez/naqsh lena chahen toh wo bhi miljayega.

In Sha ALLAH A’zzawajal taweez/naqsh ke zariye se mushkilaat jald hal hojayengi.

Yeh taweez/naqsh Quran-O-Hadith ke ain mutabik honge.

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#Powerful Wazifa for love marriage with parents consent | prayer for grieving parents to agree for love marriage | Dua to make parents agree for love marriage – Waldain ko shadi ke liye razi karne ki dua #
On October 14, 2000, Beliefnet member Sandy Whalen started a prayer circle for bereaved parents in memory of her son Shane, who had died suddenly the year before of heart failure at age 24. Sandy, whose member name is shaner, wrote at the time, “This Circle is one of Love, where a Grieving Parent can safely come to for Prayers, and to talk about their feelings.”

Today, it remains one of Beliefnet’s longest prayer circles, with thousands of posts.

Sandy’s welcoming words and loving spirit tapped into a deep unmet need. The prayer circle has evolved into a valued support group for hundreds of parents who check in with and help one other through what one member calls “the valley days.”

Sandy, who spends three to four hours a week voluntarily answering every post, explains why she thinks the circle has touched so many people: “I noticed that moms and dads wanted to talk about their pain and grief, the different feelings and emotions that the unique loss of a child brings up, the painful memories as well as the good ones. But quite often they didn’t have the ongoing support they desperately needed from family and friends, who don’t, of course, understand how this type of loss deeply affects you and changes the person you once were.

“This is a very safe haven to let your feelings out,” she continues. “They would never be judged by what they share, and only offered support, compassion, understanding and love (and of course prayers!)—so it has given them a ‘voice’ that they wouldn’t normally have in their lives.”

She adds, “I get just as much back from it, and it has helped me tremendously in my own journey.”

Below, a selection of posts that show what makes this prayer circle so special.

“You have no idea how long ive looked online for something like this…ive searched n searched, the rooms i have found no one goes to. You are the thing ive been praying for.. May all your prayers be answered, and again thank you soo much. Love to all. Blessed Be.”

“I had a daughter die at the age of 18. It is going on the 6th anniversary of her death. It has been a hard six years; but we have fumbled through the fog. To all who have lost a child recently my prayers are with you because it is the worse pain anyone can ever feel. But remember the fog does lift–slowly and you will resume your life again even though it will never be the same again.”

“May God ease the pain of all grieving parents. May we remember them with love and joy and not so much pain. God grant that we may learn the lesson we are taught with this experience. My son Robby, age 19, died suddenly on April 16, 2001. My joy is gone. Everyone says it takes time, but I have never been away from my son this long before. Until we can be with our children again, may the good Lord grant us peace.”

“Thank you, my dear angel sisters: Sandy, Donna, Debby, Selva, Lisa, Cindy, Billie, Eva, Yvonne, … And all the new angel moms who have been there for me during both the valley days and hilltop days. It helps to know that there are others who truly understand what it is like to lose a beloved child! It is my constant prayer that God will increase the number of peaceful moments, as you continue your grief journey at your own pace. What a blessing it is to know that we will never have to bear our cross alone!”

“cindys1021, I’m so very sorry to hear of your loss of your beloved daughter. It hasn’t been that long for you so your grief is very fresh and raw right now. Even knowing that your child is terminally ill does not prepare you for the intense grief that follows. Nothing does. Your daughter shares the same date of death as our son, March 15. Hold onto the thought that the love you shared with your daughter never dies, it lives on, and yes, one day you will see her again! God bless you and your family.”

“March 15th…it’s been 3 months–doesn’t seem real. I know she is with me, but I ache to hear her voice, run my fingers through her hair, rub her feet,like I did in the hospital. Oh dear Lord, help me survive this day…the tears are still constant and the pain so sharp. Shaner–I know the 15th will be hard for you you too–I will pray for you and Shane this day also.”

“Thanks my dear sisters, I thank God for having you. These holidays are really tough, now I am going back to my home, the movers are coming at 4 pm, I’m asking God for strenght, letting go of Solange’s material things is so hard, then next week I am meeting with Solange’s organ’s recipient, and 2 days after that it will be her birthday on Earth, she would have been 22. Ay my sisters, I know you understand this pain.”

“Special days are always difficult for those of us who have lost a child/children. As we approach the upcoming holidays, let us remember to pray for each other, and also for friends and family who simply don’t understand that through no fault of our own, our lives have been changed forever. Let us pray that God will reveal to them that it’s OK to mention our child’s name. And, that it helps to talk about how we are feeling!”

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